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Tentacles are very common feature in mythology. In fact, some of the most popular and important myths in the world pertain to some form of Tentacles such as the story of the magic octopus. Here we shall take a look at some of the ideas associated with tentacle lore, and how these animals were used in ancient mythology.
Tentacles are known in mythology as "giants" and "elves". In real life, tentacles are very small, thin, gelatinous organic tubes. Tentacles are usually present in one or a few pairs. They are long and thin and can be seen moving across the skin of fishes and other organisms. In animal physiology, tentacles generally occur in a single pair only. In metallography, tentacles are present in sand, but they are invisible to the naked eye.
Historically, the term tentacle referred to the head of an animal such as a snail or a crayfish. Today, tentacles are typically associated with worms and insects. In many legends, tentacles are symbols for the spirits of dead ancestors. In Native American tribes, for example, the ghostly tentacles of long ago are believed to keep the deceased soul trapped inside until finally resurrected.
In Greek mythology, tentacles were the spirits of the gods sent to Earth by Zeus to greet humanity. A wide variety of Greek gods were said to have Tentacles. Some of these beings included: Prometheus who stole fire from Zeus, Hephaestus who was the god of medicine, Aphrodite who was the goddess of love, Demeter who is the goddess of the soil, Atlas who was the god of the sky, Poseidon who is the god of the sea and Epimedies (the queen of the underworld) who guarded the gates of the underworld.
In Philippine mythological stories, the tentacles of Demeter were four-limbed creatures with golden pincers. The tentacles were believed to be female attendants of the goddess Diana. A rainbow was painted beneath the tentacles to warn away evil spirits. These creatures later played a vital role in the Philippine folk dance art of the Dayanoy.
In Hinduism, the tentacles are considered sacred and linked to Mother Nature. Vishnu, Lord of Strength and Vishnu, Lord of Water are the patrons of this art. They are often referred to as the 'acles' of India. The ankh or the ancient symbol of unity and power is also thought to be a depiction of the tentacles. It is believed that the ankh was created by Ganesha to guard the universe from the evil Eye of Shiva.